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An Giang Transportations

An Giang province has convenient land and water transport systems. The province has traffic hubs with Ca Mau, Can Tho City, Ho Chi Minh City, Rach Gia and a number of other places in the Mekong Delta. Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, is 190 kilometres to the southwest of Ho Chi Minh; […]

An Giang Overview

An Giang province is located in the west of the Mekong Delta. It shares 100km with Cambodia to the north- west, Kien Giang province to the west, Can Tho city to the south and Dong Thap to the east.  An Giang’s area is 2.194 km2 (in 2003) with population 3.406,2 people. The province has many […]

An Giang Weather

An Giang province is influenced by two monsoons: Southwest and Northeast monsoons. The Southwest monsoon is cool and the wet, therefore causes rain. The Northeast monsoon is from China’s tropical sea so the temperature is higher than the temperate in Siberia’s ice and snow area. The Clouds The cloud amount is relatively low, so the […]

Sam Mountain

Travelling about 60 km to the West of An Giang province, there is one of the most- visit destinations named Sam Mountain Sam Mountain (241 m) is the highest mountain in the Mekong Delta. Under Nguyen King, the mountain belongs to Vinh Te commune, An Giang province. It is the last isolated mountains of  The […]

Chau Doc Overview

Chau Doc is a border town with natural area of 104.7 km2 located in the southwest of country. The town is situated 250 km to the west of Ho Chi Minh City. It takes about six hours to travel by bus from Hồ Chí Minh City to get there Its current population is about more than […]